Jose Mourinho is confident that Alexis Sanchez’s damage is not vicious and that a Chilean brazen will be means to lapse for Manchester United in a subsequent dual weeks.
Sanchez, who assimilated United from Arsenal final January, missed Sunday’s Premier League better to Brighton due to injury.
In his absence, United suffered a demoralising 3-2 better to Brighton, with Glenn Murray, Shane Duffy and Pascal Gross on aim for a hosts.
Asked how vicious Sanchez’s damage is, Mourinho told Sky Sports after a game: ‘I don’t know. we don’t know unequivocally good though let’s wait for formula of studies.
‘I don’t consider it’s a large thing. we would contend one week, dual weeks max.’
On Manchester United’s common opening opposite Brighton, Mourinho added: ‘Too many mistakes. We were punished by a mistakes.
‘Sometimes we make mistakes and are not punished though we were punished by each mistake we made. The third idea was too hard.
‘An accumulation of mistakes and punishments with goals was giving complacency and certainty to Brighton.’
Asked about a performances of some of his comparison players, Mourinho said: ‘Look, when we pronounce about particular displays and am vicious with my players we [the media and pundits] don’t accept it.
‘The press and pundits criticize when we go in that direction. I’ll analyse my players’ performances when they are really good. When we can’t do that don’t pull me to a other side.’